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Claude Crayton Sledge (1908 - 1970)

Claude Crayton Sledge
Born [location unknown]
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Husband of — married 11 Jun 1929 [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died at age 61 [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 15 Dec 2009
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Gravesite Details

Marrid June 11, 1929. The son of Thomas Hill Sledge and Lillie May Smith


Fairfax Cemetery Valley, Chambers County, Alabama, USA Plot Sec B, Lot 14, Plot 3 Memorial ID 29250578

He was named after NAMESAKE OR ORIGIN OF NAME.

Claude grew up in CHILDHOOD HOME.

He went to school at SCHOOL NAME(S) and graduated in YEAR OF GRADUATION.


Claude enjoyed photography and fishing.

It was June 2, 1970 when Claude passed away from CAUSE OF DEATH. He was buried in Fairfax Cemetery in Valley, AL.


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MEMORIAL ID #29250578 for

Claude Crayton Sledge

posted by Dorothy Barry

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